Category: Philippines

1.5M vaccines expire in July

- July 19, 2022

GO Negosyo founder Jose Maria "Joey" Concepcion 3rd on Tuesday reiterated his appeal to the government to approve second booster shots as some 1.5 million ... Read More

Marcos mulls govt-to-govt deals to lower fertilizer cost

- July 19, 2022

PRESIDENT Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. is considering pursuing government-to-government (G2G) deals to help cushion the impact of the high cost of fertilizers on local farmers.The ... Read More

Pinoys reduce spending, increase savings – study

- July 19, 2022

IN light of the anticipated slowdown of the economy, Filipinos have reduced their consumption and boosted their emergency savings, a research released on Tuesday by ... Read More

Parents vs jabs find ally in VP Duterte – PAO

- July 19, 2022

THE parents who have a pending petition before a Quezon City Regional Trial Court against the Covid-19 vaccination especially for minors ages 5 to 11 ... Read More

Go files bill on drug abuse treatment centers

- July 19, 2022

SEN. Christopher Lawrence "Bong" Go has refiled his proposed bill establishing drug abuse treatment and rehabilitation centers nationwide.The senator on Tuesday said he filed Senate ... Read More

Commonwealth Avenue declared ‘no-rally zone’

- July 19, 2022

THE Philippine National Police (PNP) on Tuesday declared the Commonwealth Avenue in Quezon City as a "no-rally zone" during the first State of the Nation ... Read More

USAid gives grant to waste collector in QC

- July 19, 2022

THE United States Agency for International Development (USAid) awarded its "first" business expansion grant to a woman waste collector to help her start her own ... Read More

OCTA seeks creation of Scientific Advisory Group

- July 19, 2022

OCTA Research urged President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. to convene a Scientific Advisory Group to provide science and technology advice to the Chief Executive and ... Read More

Difficult to diagnose monkeypox – expert

- July 19, 2022

PHILIPPINE College of Physicians (PCP) Vice President Dr. Rontgene Solante said that the atypical presentation of monkeypox virus symptoms remains a challenge in diagnosing the ... Read More

Senator sounds alarm on groups ‘preying’ on kids

- July 19, 2022

SEN. Ana Theresia "Risa" Hontiveros on Tuesday sounded the alarm over more Facebook public groups that allegedly prey on children.The senator, in a statement, claimed ... Read More

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